The president has repeatedly touted the anti-malaria drug as a coronavirus treatment despite a lack of medical evidence.
The acting Pentagon inspector general was set to lead oversight of the government’s $2 trillion response.
Trump campaign spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany will reportedly replace Grisham, who will rejoin the first lady's office.
Peter Navarro, Trump’s trade adviser, reportedly penned two memos — in January and then February — warning of potential catastrophe because of COVID-19.
Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.) bought shares in chemical giant DuPont, among several senators whose recent stock activity has raised red flags.
The Alton, Ill., mayor said his wife showed a stunning lack of judgment in violating stay-at-home orders intended to stop the spread of coronavirus.
The CNN host pointed out how Trump is using daily updates to "cover up his own deadly dismissals" and campaign for reelection.
Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly had lambasted Capt. Brett Crozier, who was removed from command of a coronavirus-stricken warship.
The MSNBC host said the state leaders' failure was allowing "the unchecked growth" of coronavirus infections.
"How much more are you going to take?" the CNN host asks.
314 Action, which backs scientists for office, is airing the spots during Limbaugh’s broadcasts in 14 states.
Dr. Jonathan Reiner called on the president and vice president to follow 9/11 protocol amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Their proposal could boost front-line workers' wages by as much as $25,000 this year.
How a new generation of authoritarians explains the president's coronavirus response.
Some school districts have tried to reach out since closing, but thousands of families have not responded, leaving leaders to wonder if they’re hungry or safe.
“As a nation, we were clearly not equipped for this global pandemic, and the consequences have been devastating," Jamie Dimon wrote to shareholders.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer rips the president's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
“It would be good to have a woman of color” as vice president, said civil rights icon and Georgia Rep. John Lewis.
"Either they will have to brave the polls," Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote in her dissent, "or they will lose their right to vote."
Meanwhile, health care workers treating coronavirus patients don't have enough masks, and officials are turning to the black market.